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“Different Abilities, One Passion”The iBakery team comprises people with different abilities but same passion to work. Over 50% of our employees are people with disabilities.“i” represents our mission to promote social inclusion and our belief – “I can do it”. Not only do our employees earn their living i
Enterprise Vegetable & Fruit Processing and Supply Service was set up in 2002 and is a social enterprise under Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. Our social objective is to create employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.ES provide vegetable and fruit processing and wholesaling service to public bodies and restaurants. We help cust
iBakery Gallery Cafe, a social enterprise operated by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, is to employ and train people with disabilities. Our enthusiastic team, comprising people with different abilities, is happy to serve you fresh quality food and transmit our passion through our artwork and greenery.
Take A Break Catering Service is a social enterprise of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. It provides a wide range of job varieties for people with disabilities to be trained up and to be employed. Restaurant, catering service for schools, custom made services such as birthday parties and cocktail parties etc can be served.
Deaf cafeteria was established by the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf in 1995. It is the first restaurant in Hong Kong that is operated by the hearing impaired and is located at the Lions Nature Education Centre in Tsiu Hang, Sai Kung. The cafeteria aims to provide training and job opportunities to the deaf. The message behind of its Chinese name is to procla
"Live Smart" is a social enterprise under The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, which is officially established in September 2013. It's expected to bring employment opportunities to disabled people and chronic patients, helping them to reintegrate into the society. The first branch is located at Domain, Yau Tong, where customers could find